Tacna, Colmena, Enrique Meiggs and Ica, main avenues of Downtown Lima, now offer greater security and lightning.
Lima, 1 January 2014 – Some street lamps were cleaned, while around 600 were replaced with more powerful ones (from 400 to 600 W). Every day, thousands of pedestrians and vehicles pass by these avenues, which now offer better lighting and, therefore, greater security.
As part of the beautification of the historic centre, we are working, together with the Government, on the replacement of power poles and street lights from the Santa Rosa passage to Óvalo Chabuca Granda.
More Electricity for Lima
In Lima alone, more than 1,600 lamps were replaced for theft in 2013. Over 58 thousand street lights were also reconditioned in districts of Lima such as Cercado, San Juan de Lurigancho, Ventanilla, Callao, among others.
The electricity company seeks to improve the service of street lighting supported by the population. Residents who require improved street lighting in their district can submit applications at the Service Centres or through a letter to the town council.
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